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in 1936, the voting membership did not elect anyone to cooperstown. >> reporter: three stars of baseball's era denied. barry bonds who went from this to this as he became baseball's career home run king. sammy sosa, who hit 609 round-trippers. and roger clemens, seven-time cy young award winner, all fell short of the 75% of the vote by sports writers needed to be enshrined in cooperstown. boswell, sports column inconsistent for "the washington post" says it's appropriate that they are in what he called a public relations prison. >> they don't have to give the money back, they just don't get to be in the hall of fame. >> reporter: none of the three have ever admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs. confession has not helped slugger mark mcgwire. he finally admitted using performance-enhancing drugs in 2010. but for the third straight year was not elected with a shrinking number of votes. next week, cyclist lance armstrong will sit down with oprah winfrey for what's being billed as a no holds barred interview. his first since being stripped of his seven tour de france titles and bann
of january now setting in, for the newly re-elected president that means a new team for a second term. and for americans, today that meant the announcement of a new national security team. the people charged with protecting the country in the midst of a very turbulent world. but washington is a turbulent world all its own. and so, like everything else, politics and personalities played a big part in what you're about to see. as for one crucial outgoing member of the president's team, we saw secretary of state hillary clinton back on the job today for the first time in weeks. we'll have more on that in just a moment. first we want to begin tonight with our chief white house correspondent chuck todd. chuck, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. refusing to shy away from what potentially could be a new washington fight, the president tapped two very close allies who have a history of ruffling political feathers into two key national security posts. president obama emphasized the two men's personal connections to the organizations he has tapped them to run. chuck hagel would be
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